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The Abstract Submission Deadline for the 1st Australian Social Network Analysis Conference (ASNAC 2016) has been extended and will now close on Friday 12 August 2016. If you wish to present – either orally or a poster – then please submit your abstract here: http://www.asnac2016.org.au/submission/
Further conference details can be found at: http://www.asnac2016.org.au/
This conference marks the first national meeting in Australia for researchers and practitioners who are working with social network analysis (SNA). The conference intends to build greater coordination and collaboration among social network researchers and practitioners in Australia, and raise the profile of SNA nationally.
The conference will bring together scholars from key universities and research institutes in Australia, including doctoral students, as well as industrial partners who are working on the theory, method and application of social network analysis. The conference is hosted by the MelNet Social Network Research Group (MelNet Swinburne node) – part of the Centre for Transformative Innovation at Swinburne University of Technology.
Abstract submissions are online at http://www.asnac2016.org.au/ and participants can either give a presentation or present a poster. Additionally, there is no need to present and you can simply attend the conference (registration is here or simply follow the link from the website). All presenters must also register for the conference.
We look forward to seeing you there.
(On behalf of the organising committee, A/Professor Dean Lusher, Professor Garry Robins & Dr Peng Wang)
Associate Professor Dean Lusher
ARC Future Fellow
Associate Director | Centre for Transformative Innovation
Faculty of Business and Law
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia